The 2CeVau workshop will be held on Tuesday 15 December 2020 in the framework of the 6th ITS Hellas Conference on Intelligent Transport Systems

The Workshop of the 2CeVau research project will take place virtually as part of the 6th Conference of the Hellenic Association for the deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems – ITS Hellas, which will be held on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 December as a digital event.

The objective of the workshop is two-fold: on the one hand it seeks to inform the participants on the relevant cyber-security challenges in (automated driving) corridors and discuss the so-far 2CeVau technical results. On the other hand, the workshop will promote the exchange of ideas, proposals and fruitful discussions among the research community and the intelligent transport systems industrial experts.

The 2CeVau research project (Cybersecure Corridors for eVehicle Automation) which has received funding from the EU CEF programme (of total budget 0.25M Euros) aims to tackle cybersecurity challenges in cross-border corridors supporting increased levels of automated driving. The project consortium consists of the University of Piraeus Research Center (UPRC) [coordinator], the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) and the Hellenic Ministry of Electronic Governance.

The 2CeVau research covers a broad spectrum of cyber-security challenges, starting from the modeling of the corridor environment, the relevant risk analysis, reaching up to the development of SW tool that would propose corresponding counter-measures. Emphasis is placed on the electromobility requirements while the 2CeVau results to be forwarded to the CERT/CSIRT incidence response teams, are expected to benefit the under-development Thessaloniki-Sofia-Belgrade (GR-BG-SRB) automated driving corridor.

More details on the 2CeVau project can be found here: